The sarees look wonderful on the Indian women. The pattu sarees are famous in the south region of Andhra Pradesh. The south handloom silk sarees are having very rich look and can be weared in the parties. The south handloom sarees go hand to hand by wholesale and get many designer sarees. the designer sarees gives a rich look to the wearer. The sarees are weaved in the south region as the traditional culture. The weaving takes place one month or one week to finish one saree. The south silk are popular for their richness and hand woven styles. Some of the popular south silk sarees inclue Kanjeevaram silk sarees, Dharamavaram silk sarees, pure silk patt sarees and handloom printed silk sarees. these sarees are associated with luxury and grandeur. While south handloom silks were an integral part of processions and weddings in South India, they are now being worn by women in all parts of India. South silk sarees are known for their golden borders, rich waves and heavy patterns. The distinctive feature in South silk sarees is the contrasting borders with gold zari dots. There are different vibrant designs printed on them like the sun, chariots or parrots. Some of the popular motifs in the south Indian sarees include the Mallimagu that has a bud within a square or handvalam that has parallel lines across the body of the saree. The pure silk handloom sarees are brought from Karnataka and jari bought from Surat in Gujarat state. Thirubuvanam which is also in the vicinity of Kumbakonam is very famous for the production of Pure Silk Sarees. Thirbuvanam Silk producer’s co-operative Society has earned a very good name in the production of pure silk sarees. during wedding season people from North and South are gathering here for buying Bridal sarees. Similar to this Thuhile which is also famous for the production of Handloom sarees, Dhothies and towels.
The silk sarees take important role in Indian Tradition especially in Tamil tradition. Kumbakoam, thirubuvanam, Kanchipuram, Arani, selam are the important place of silk saree manufactures. Each city is having its own style of weaving the sarees. the thirubuvanam silk handllom weavers co-operative production and sale society Ltd. is the biggest co-operative society in Tamil Nadu, producing traditional silk sarees. Kumbakonam is also famous from silk sarees from the period of king Chola and Nayak. Kanchipuram having their significance in weaving the silk sarees. this is called Kanchi silk sarees.
Chinnalapatti sarees formally known as Chinalappattu and Sungadi sarees are made in Chinnalapatti Town in Dindugal district in a traditional way. Handloom silk sarees are made in Salem and Kanchipuram. They are also having very old pattern of their manufacturing. In olden days silk half sarees is also wear by the young girls. The south region is also famous for uppada sarees.
The weaving of the south handloom silk sarees from olden days onwards is carrying out. The sarees gives rich look to the bridal women. The woven sarees are popular all over the south. The saree is the rich heritage of south Indian way of dressing. The south handloom silk sarees are the rich source of weaving around the south region of India. The saree give beautiful look to the Indian woman which she wears in parties and other occasions. During summer season the south cotton sarees are famous wear of Indian tradition.
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